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Posted 09 April 2010 - 06:06 PM

I was wondering what are some of the most popular alien stories, besides Roswell.  Tell me your opinions about these stories.

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Posted 09 April 2010 - 06:12 PM

View Postwe all live the thug life, on 09 April 2010 - 06:06 PM, said:

I was wondering what are some of the most popular alien stories, besides Roswell.  Tell me your opinions about these stories.
The Kecksburg PA crash is widely covered and speculated on as is the Tunguska explosion of 1908.

The case of Betty and Barney Hill is perhaps the most widely known alien abduction story.

I can't think of any other 'mainstream' UFO cases at the moment.

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Posted 09 April 2010 - 06:14 PM

View PostRhomphaia, on 09 April 2010 - 06:12 PM, said:

The Kecksburg PA crash is widely covered and speculated on as is the Tunguska explosion of 1908.

The case of Betty and Barney Hill is perhaps the most widely known alien abduction story.

I can't think of any other 'mainstream' UFO cases at the moment.
I heard of the Betty and Barney Hill story but I can't recall what the story is

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Posted 09 April 2010 - 07:35 PM

View Postwe all live the thug life, on 09 April 2010 - 06:14 PM, said:

I heard of the Betty and Barney Hill story but I can't recall what the story is

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http://en.wikipedia...._Hill_abduction

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Posted 09 April 2010 - 07:40 PM

View PostLat, on 09 April 2010 - 07:35 PM, said:

thanks for that info.

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Posted 09 April 2010 - 08:50 PM

View Postwe all live the thug life, on 09 April 2010 - 06:06 PM, said:

I was wondering what are some of the most popular alien stories, besides Roswell.  Tell me your opinions about these stories.
You can google "most popular aliens stories".

My opinion is that you will find SPECULATIONS regarding E.T's. You will find nothing of verifiable, scientific evidence to support the existence of E.T's. Nor will you find any valid scientific evidence to support any of the speculations you come across regarding E.T's.

But that's just MY opinion.

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 02:01 AM

what about the movie "fire in the sky"? not sure if it's based on something supposedly true or not..

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 04:33 AM

View PostAquaMerina, on 09 April 2010 - 08:50 PM, said:

You can google "most popular aliens stories".

My opinion is that you will find SPECULATIONS regarding E.T's. You will find nothing of verifiable, scientific evidence to support the existence of E.T's. Nor will you find any valid scientific evidence to support any of the speculations you come across regarding E.T's.

But that's just MY opinion.
Your opinion counts!! I don't try and argue with people to force my beliefs.  I like to hear what people say as long as they can respect what I say.   I know there is no scientific evidence to prove E.T.s but I'm a believer.  I'm a beleiver because since I was a kid, the existence of E.T.s was a mystery to me, and I'm just fascinated with the stories that people have, but I do have a skeptical eye on stories though, because you don't know if they are real or not.  Roswell, is a total fake!  I think the gov't made the story up to hide what was really going on with world.  And you can see how easily it worked.  Our minds strayed from the fact of a potential war that was ahead.

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 04:52 AM

View Postbigdaddyinge, on 10 April 2010 - 02:01 AM, said:

what about the movie "fire in the sky"? not sure if it's based on something supposedly true or not..
It is, at least vaguely. Not much evidence for or against the story, IIRC. Google it and check Wikipedia. I used to know a couple of sites related to the story but my internet connection is incredibly slow and Wikipedia won't load at all for some reason, so I can't be much help. Posted Image

I do remember it was one of the few "true" abduction stories featuring a brave protagonist who actually escaped.

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 07:38 AM

My all-time fave is the stroy of Frederick Valentich.  He disappeared near where I live.  I was very young the time and now it's folklore.

http://members.ozema...rs/valensum.htm

It happened while he was ON THE RADIO!!  The above link includes transcript.

Bigdaddy!  Fire in the sky is awesome, and, yes, is true!  Well, I mean, I wasn't there.  But Travis Walton seems a very credible witness.  I've seen him on youtube recently, talking not just about the abduction but all the associated hoopla.  I also saw him on the Springer show years ago, on a show with Riley Martin, and the Walton boys looked mighty pissed off about being associated with him.
This link is a rather mean attempt to debunk him.
http://www.debunker....xts/walton.html

But I ask you, if you lived in rural America with dwindling industry and no dole wouldn't you make a living off any opportunity that came your way?

Bill Chalker is a local Ufologist that is fairly reputable.  But some of the stories he's collected really push credibility.  
Here's one from his site:

AN "ET" ELF IN A MANDURAH HUMPY?
In 1982 a 67 year old woman saw a picture of "ET", Steven Spielberg's cute alien creation. It made her think of an experience she had as a 15 year old girl, near the estuary at Mandurah, Western Australia. She supplied a report to the Perth UFO Research Group which stated: "(In 1930 I was) sitting reading with my parents in a humpy, on a block in Mandurah, in Greary Rd, by the light of a hurricane lamp, with the door partly open. The time (was) about 8 pm as we went to bed early.

"A little pink creature walked in. (It was) about 24 inches in height (with) large ears, big bulbous eyes, covered with a film, small hands, large feet, slit of a mouth, no hair, and shiny as if wet or oily. "We were terrified and my father went white and being a religious man said it was the work of the devil. "Picking up a prawning net, he picked it up in it and it made a noise like 'EE...EE' and my father put it outside.

We never saw it again and went to bed feeling very scared. This was in 1930 and I never thought any more about it until I saw a picture of 'ET,' although only its eyes were the same. ... It did not have a round body, more straight down like a child's body. I cannot remember seeing any sex organs... (It's shape was) like an elf." [7]

Before we leave this quaint tale behind, I will mention anthropologist's Dr. Charles Mountford's description of a "spirit child" in his fascinating study, Nomads of the Australian Desert: "This child, called mulu-kuranti (nose-spirit), was a mamu (malignant being).

Its fingers were twisted, it had ears like a kangaroo, large eyes resembling those of an owl, a grotesque face, and projecting teeth. When Kuntunga (mother of all spirit-children, the "julanja") was suckling this infant, it bit her so often that she finally killed it and left the body in the creek, where it was transformed into (an) irregularly-shaped boulder."

http://www.theozfile...fo_history.html

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 08:13 AM

Thanks Murrangurk, it's a very interesting website I can't wait to look further into it.  The stories are pretty interesting.

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 08:14 AM

The USAF Rendelsham Incident fills me with all sorts of questions and foreboding.
It's like something out of Doctor Who - UFO turns up one night, and then the next. Squaddies go out to investigate and see something physical that (IIRC) plays havoc with radios and leaves traces that are radioactive. Some sources say there is some sort of communion between the object and base personnel, others that "men in suits" turn up for a debrief that can be summed up as "nothing happened last night". Oddly given that it was an American base, said "men in suits" were British.


Also the story of Mister Janus boggles my mind. Prince Phillip says "I wonder what these alien johnnies are up to" and sends his Equerry (a sort of batman or all purpose personal assistant) to have a chat with MI5 and MI6. One of them put him onto "Mister Janus" and say (and this is where it gets interesting) "are you licenced to carry a sidearm? if so, take it". The Equerry meets Mister Janus, who stuns him with a few astute comments and Holmesian deductions about his role and purpose in visiting him.
Later, well and truly rattled, the Equerry (who served in the SAS, so not a man to frighten easily) takes some Armed Response Units to Mister Janus' hotel, only to find him gone with no trace he was ever there (not even the landlady knew there was anyone in the room).


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Posted 10 April 2010 - 08:36 AM

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The USAF Rendelsham Incident fills me with all sorts of questions and foreboding.
It's like something out of Doctor Who - UFO turns up one night, and then the next. Squaddies go out to investigate and see something physical that (IIRC) plays havoc with radios and leaves traces that are radioactive. Some sources say there is some sort of communion between the object and base personnel, others that "men in suits" turn up for a debrief that can be summed up as "nothing happened last night". Oddly given that it was an American base, said "men in suits" were British.


Also the story of Mister Janus boggles my mind. Prince Phillip says "I wonder what these alien johnnies are up to" and sends his Equerry (a sort of batman or all purpose personal assistant) to have a chat with MI5 and MI6. One of them put him onto "Mister Janus" and say (and this is where it gets interesting) "are you licenced to carry a sidearm? if so, take it". The Equerry meets Mister Janus, who stuns him with a few astute comments and Holmesian deductions about his role and purpose in visiting him.
Later, well and truly rattled, the Equerry (who served in the SAS, so not a man to frighten easily) takes some Armed Response Units to Mister Janus' hotel, only to find him gone with no trace he was ever there (not even the landlady knew there was anyone in the room).
I read the wikipedia version and it said there are interviews on youtube with two of the people that were near the aircraft and one said they even took pictures of it.  This story truly is Britian's Roswell.  But i was wondering where are the pictures if there are any?

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 08:56 AM

I don't know if this deals with aliens but I remeber something being an incident and military was trying to manipulate gravity and the people in the aircraft got formed into the aircraft.  I wish i could remember.

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Posted 10 April 2010 - 09:48 AM

View PostThe One Who Is, on 10 April 2010 - 04:52 AM, said:

It is, at least vaguely. Not much evidence for or against the story, IIRC. Google it and check Wikipedia. I used to know a couple of sites related to the story but my internet connection is incredibly slow and Wikipedia won't load at all for some reason, so I can't be much help. Posted Image

I do remember it was one of the few "true" abduction stories featuring a brave protagonist who actually escaped.
nah, i'll take your word for it.

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